21 Circuit Street Legal Race Car Harness/Panel Kit
Use this 21 circuit fuse block and harness to operate your street legal race car's circuits with the included 8-switch panel. Fuseblock provides fused outputs to turn signals, wipers, hazard switch, stop switch, electric fan, radio, gauges, headlights, tailights/third brake light, dome light, electric water pump, electric fuel pump (Qty 2), coil, charging, horn, parking lights, starting and an accessory.
Harness wires are labeled every 12 inches with circuit description. The Kit comes complete with GM turn signal switch connector and two headlight pigtails. Also included are tie wraps, grommets and fuse block mounting bracket for easy installation and an illustrated instruction manual.
Note: Switch panel may be column or roll bar mounted.
- Number of Circuits: 21 (12 Fuses w/ Horn Relay)
- Harness Length: Universal
- Fuse Type: Blade & Maxi Fuse
- Firewall Passthrough: Grommet
- Circuit Designations: Printed on Wires
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